'Invaluable . . . a new and vital contribution, essential to anyone with an interest in this complex and fascinating icon of twentieth-century England.' (Dr Kevin J. Gardner, Baylor University)
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About the Author
Stephen Games writes about architecture and language. He was educated at Magdalene College, Cambridge, made documentaries for BBC Radio 3 and was the first arts correspondent of The Independent
. His architectural reviews for The Guardian
earned him a British Press Award. He has written for the Los Angeles Times
and been deputy editor of the RIBA Journal. He has edited two previous books of BBC radio talks: John Betjeman's Trains and Buttered Toast
(pub. John Murray, 2006) and Nikolaus Pevsner's Pevsner on Art and Architecture
(pub. Methuen, 2001). He is also writing Nikolaus Pevsner's biography. Stephen Games lives in London with his wife and child.